Mountain reading challenges booklover expectations Booklovers have been flocking to the top of a mountain in southwest China's Chongqing City, not for the breathtaking views, but to read. There Nbooks Club started a two-day "spring fair" on World Reading Day which fell on April 23.
Xi charts course for fresh round of reform President Xi unveiled new measures for expanding reform and opening up, as China marks the 40th anniversary of the policy this year, heralding "a new phase of opening up" for common prosperity of both China and the world.
More documentaries hit Chinese screens thanks to new on... Chinese cinemagoers watched many more documentaries in 2017 thanks to high-profile productions and new online promotions. A total of 16 documentaries hit big screens in 2017, and grossed 42.84 million U.S. dollars.
Refreshing scenery of Fengyan Terraces in Shaanxi Photos taken on March 27, 2018 show the scenery of Fengyan Terraces in Xuanwo Township of Hanyin County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The farming history of Fengyan Terraces can be traced back to 250 years ago.
Modern twists give oracle bone script new life Those who use emojis to express themselves on social media can now choose between two sets that feature Chinese oracle bones dating back more than 3,000 years. The creator is Chen Nan from Tsinghua University.
Wukong detects signals in search for dark matter China's Dark Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) has detected unexpected and mysterious signals in its measurement of high-energy cosmic rays, which might bring scientists a step closer to shedding light on invisible dark matter.
Palace Museum keeps ancient civilizations alive In recent years, the Palace Museum has been revitalized and gained fame online. It's done a great job in maintaining cultural diversity under globalization.
Tibetan red deers winter in sand-break forests Located near the Yarlung Tsangpo River, there is a nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 33.3 hectares to 680 hectares since the 1950s.